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Sunshine Vicram is back!


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He can’t resist a puzzle…


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She lives for thrills. He’s tasked with keeping her safe…


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The acclaimed Martha’s Vineyard series returns for more romance, drama, and intrigue!


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The USA Today bestselling author of When We Believed in Mermaids returns with a tale of two generations of women reconciling family secrets and past regrets.


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Two sets of lives, Coded messages, will history repeat itself?


The Revised Fundamentals Of Caregiving by Jonathan Evison

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Also by Jonathan Evison:

Small World, January 2022
Hardcover / e-Book
Legends of the North Cascades, June 2021
Hardcover / e-Book
This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!, September 2015
Hardcover / e-Book
The Revised Fundamentals Of Caregiving, May 2012
Hardcover / e-Book
West of Here, February 2011
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The Revised Fundamentals Of Caregiving
Jonathan Evison

Algonquin Books
May 2012
On Sale: May 7, 2012
304 pages
ISBN: 1616200391
EAN: 9781616200398
Kindle: B00AFKITW6
Hardcover / e-Book
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Fiction Family Life

onathan Evison, author of the New York Times bestseller West of Here, has crafted a story that is as grounded in the stark reality of its characters’ struggles as it is filled with the kind of hopeful joy that enables them to make it from one day to the next. A novel of the heart, a novel of unlikely heroes in a grand American landscape, it is, most of all, a profound look into what it takes to truly care for one another. Bursting with energy and filled with moments of absolute beauty, this big-hearted and inspired novel ponders life’s terrible surprises as well as the heart’s uncanny capacity to mend.

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All Things Considered - January 28, 2013

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